Make a Splash with the EDU!

Photo: Splash! by Éole on Flickr, © Creative Commons

Join the EDU for Splash, and help make learning fun again! This Saturday, they're offering classes on everything from making sushi to the theater of the oppressed in a one day program for middle and high school students. For a lineup of classes and more information, visit the website.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

This spring, consider taking one of ten community-based learning courses

There's never been a better time to take a community-based learning course than this spring.

Dalai Lama Fellows Information Session This Thursday

Exciting Learning: A workshop for tutors and teachers on literacy and learning

Celebrating the fourth and final Habitat for Humanity house in Amherst

Habitat Build by Jessica Mestre '10

All students, faculty, and staff are invited to join President Biddy Martin in a celebration of the completion of the fourth and final Habitat for Humanity house in Amherst.  Over the years, many Amherst College volunteers have helped to build the homes on land donated by Amherst College.

Support music in Amherst public schools as a music tutor

Good News: Tutoring Doesn't Work— Now What?

Soap Boxes and Action Tables: Join us for the first ever Community Engagement Expo this Thursday

What are the possibilities of community engagement at Amherst and in the Pioneer Valley? How can you take action right now? What can you learn from the stories and experiences of students, community leaders, faculty, and alumni?

New opera on Pioneer Valley's infamous Daley & Halligan case

A unique glimpse of a defining moment in Massachusetts history will be offered in two free workshop performances of the second act of The Garden of Martyrs, a new opera on the 19th century case of Irish immigrants executed in Northampton for a murder they likely did not commit.  The first performance will take place on Sunday, June 12 at 5:00 p.m. in Buckley Recital Hall at Amherst College. The program will be repeated Friday, June 17 at 7:00 p.m. in Robyn Newhouse Hall at the Community Music School of Springfield.

We've Got a New Look!

We're all about change at the CCE. We've redesigned our website to more accurately reflect how we think about —and practice—community engagement. We hope you'll explore our new site and feel as inspired and excited as we do about the possibilities for collaborative, sustainable engagement on- and off-campus.

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